I did contemplate doing spirals but decided it would be too much like hard work to get said spirals all looking the same so I abandoned that idea verrrrrry quickly! :oD
Then, it struck me. I just had to quilt whatever each individual block "told me". In other words, I just had to do whatever fitted with the block I was sewing at the time. I'm glad I did that because it made the quilting far less stressful.
Here are just a few. I had 5 colours of Gütermann Sulky variegated quilting threads in my threads boxes so I made good use of those.
I've actually quilted them all now - yay! - so next is the trimming to size. I can't quite make up my mind how I'm going to do that. Part of me says just use the overlocker to trim them down but, what if I do that and they're not all the same size? Maybe I should trim them all to the same size using a ruler and cutter and then overlock them to keep the edges together? Or trim them and sew around the edges with the sewing machine? Ach, I'll decide tomorrow! :o)